Go and see art from Phil Horne in Rainbow Beach and Kerri Southern and the Cooloola Coast Art Group at the Studio Trails weekend Image Hayley Mahaffey
The Gympie Region with its picturesque coastline and stunning landscapes is the inspiration for many local artists, artisans and arts collectives.
The Studio Trails is a unique way to explore the inner sanctum of local artists and offers art lovers the opportunity to talk to the artists and visit their private studios, galleries and spaces.
The Gympie Regional Gallery is the hub of the local arts community and presents a dynamic and diverse program of local, curated and touring exhibitions as well as workshops, activities and events.
Held annually on weekends in June and July the studios will open from 10am – 4pm or at other times by appointment. Most of the art works on display are for sale and many of the artists are available to undertake commissioned works.
Feel free to plan your own trail on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 in Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach from 10am to 4pm both days or by appointment.
Opening their doors are the Cooloola Coast Art Group, 20 Gympie Road, Tin Can Bay; Tin Can Bay Art, 16 King Street, Tin Can Bay; Blue Sands of Rainbow Beach – Phil Horne, 13/3 Ocean View Parade, Rainbow Beach.
2019 Annual Art Show and Competition
July, 26, 27 and 28 at the Tin Can Bay Country Club